Monthly Archives: April 2019

Vital Information for Bus Accident Victims

Victims of bus accidents, whether public or private, are protected to a certain extent in regards to the law. In fact, such protections surrounding bus accidents fall under common carrier law, as do all other forms of public transportation, including … Continue reading

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The Difference Between Intentional and Unintentional Torts

When it comes to tort law, negligence is the most common type of tort. Negligence is failing to use the reasonable care that a reasonably prudent person would use. You see, in our country, the law expects individuals to abide … Continue reading

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A Review of Personal Injury Claim Terms and Definitions

If you are considering making a personal injury claim in Indiana, or have already begun the process, here are some important terms and definitions that will help you understand your case. If you have questions about accident claims, contact a … Continue reading

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Can I Find a Pro Bono Personal Injury Law Firm?

When facing criminal charges, the Indiana judicial system gives most defendants the choice of accepting a public defender, free of charge. In contrast, civil litigation does not offer free counsel under law, which includes personal injury cases. However, this does … Continue reading

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Should a Personal Injury Claimant Ever Accept a Low Settlement?

Although not common, in a personal injury case, there are times when it might make more sense for a claimant to accept a lower settlement than what they believe they are owed. It is important to hire a seasoned personal … Continue reading

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What You Need to Know Golf Cart Accidents and Liability

Now that the weather finally permits, golfers all across the state are getting their golf gear ready for the season. And maybe this year you will finally decide to walk the course rather than ride! But if this resolution falls … Continue reading

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Frequently Asked Questions About Wrongful Death Claims

Each state has a separate set of laws that oversee wrongful deaths cases. Indiana defines wrongful death in IC 34-23-1-1, which states in part, “When the death of one is caused by the wrongful act or omission of another (…).” … Continue reading

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Can a Personal Injury Statute of Limitations Be Extended?

Were you seriously injured in an accident that was not your fault, and now you are afraid you’ve missed your deadline to file a claim for compensation? If so, there is some important information about personal injury statute of limitations … Continue reading

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Am I Covered By My Own Auto Insurance in a Rented Car?

Car rental companies make substantial revenue from selling insurance coverage to their customers. But do you really need this added insurance protection along with your existing automotive insurance policy? Continue reading to find out more about car insurance coverage in … Continue reading

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